Peerlamarri or Peerla marri otherwise Pillala Marri is an 800 year old banyan tree situated in Mahabubnagar, Telangana, India. The tree is spread over 4 acres. It is a major tourist attraction situated 4 kilometers from Mahbubnagar city. The tree has many banyan leaves which grow in its nearness, like its children, hence the name.
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Peerlamarri which is also recognized as Peerla marri or Pillala Marri is an ancient banyan tree of eight hundred years old. Peerlamarri is the major tourist attraction in Telangana. People from various part of the country come to see this tree. Student and aspirant botanists and archaeologists often visit this place of amazing natural beauty.
This major tourist attraction of Mahabubnagar district of Telangana is situated at about four kilometers from Mehboobnagar town. Peerlamarri is comprised of many banyan plants that grow in proximity. It looked like the grandmother's lap.
Peerlamarri is extended over three acres of land. In 2003, this banyan tree was announce that there would be a special cover to commemorate the tree.
Beneath the Peerlamarri tree, there dishonesty the tomb of a medieval Muslim saint and hence this tree was name as "Peerlamarri". It is also well-defined as "Pillala Marri" which has the meaning like "Pilla" means Children and "Marri" means Banyan tree. It is one of the greatest picnic spot of local importance.
The huge banyan tree look like a giant green umbrella under which more than 1000 member can take protection very easily. Near the Peerlamarri, there dishonesty a hill of natural beauty and thin forest that is Nallamalla hill. Nallamalla hills spread over an area of around 3500 square kilometers. Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Wildlife Sanctuary is the nearby attraction of this place also. There are extra natural world and leisure tourism attraction close to Peerlamarri similar to the Zoo in Mahabubnagar district, an Aquarium, and an Archaeological Museum. There is a temple devoted to Lord Shiva or Mahadeva situated near Peerlamarri.
There is a little nursery near Peerlamarri and a deer park about it. This nature tourism spot also act as the picnic spot and the killing spot in Telangana. Some of the movie scene are shot over there.